Tour à la vallée d’Ihlara;Panorama de Goreme, la ville sous-terraine de Derinkuyu, petite balade dans la vallée d’Ihlara, Repas de midi à Belisirma,   Yaprakhisar Panorama, Le monastère de Selime, Panorama vallée des Pigeonniers.

   Le Tour du Musée en Plein-air; Musée en Plein-Air de Goreme, Marche dans la vallée Rouge, Village de Cavusin (Tchavouchine), Les cheminées de Fée de Pachabag, Démonstration de potterie à Avanos, La vallée Devrent, Fabrique de vin de Cappadoce.

   Itinérance personnelle; Organiser votre tour personnellement avec votre guide. Demandez les détails à notre équipe

    Tour de Montgolifière en Cappadoce
      Le tour ne se réalise qu'au lever du soleil . Un service vous récupère de notre pension et vous conduit sur la piste où un petit casse-croûte vous attend avec un café pendant que l'équipe sur place prépare la Montgolfière.
Le tour se fait en 2 étapes :
Le premier temps, vous restez proche des formations et vous suivez le courant d'air dans les vallées.
Le deuxieme temps, le pilote vous conduit jusqu'à 900- 1000 m en l'air pour vous faire ressentir l'impression de voler. Le temps de pilotage varie suivant les conditions de météo et d'atterrissage. Compter environ 1 heure.
Un certificat de vol et du  champagne font de votre tour une expérience inoubliable.
Retour ensuite à la pension pour le petit déjeuner.


Réservation : En haute saison , il est difficile de trouver une place pour le lendemain. Nous vous suggérons de nous contacter pour anticiper.

Prix : Beaucoup d'agences de voyage proposent des prýx différents . Adressez-vous à nous. Nous vous donnerons les détails et les choix des meilleurs
booking@anatoliacaves.com

Just tell us wich flight you want, and we will make the reservation. We recomand you to do the reservation in advance, because to bee sure you will have a place.

 Les activités en Cappadoce
Activities
    Tour à la vallée d’Ihlara
     Tour en montgolfière
     Tour en Vélo
     Randonnée
     Jeep Safari Tour
     Equitation
     Représentation des Derviches Tourneurs
     Information donnée sans engagement à votre arrivée
     Location de voiture, de moto et de vélo
     Soirée Turque Folklorique
     Le Hamam – Les bains Turcs
     Transfère d’aéroport

 
    Information About Cappadocia

    The geological formation of Cappadocia is anatural wonder of our world and is the result of two         contradicting natural forces. One of these forces is the volcanic outspurts of the region which led to itscoverage with lava, ashes, tuff, and volcanic residue. The second force then is the territorial erosion that started after the volcanic build up was over.

The Taurus Mountains of south Anatolia emerged at the Tertiary stage of the geological development just like the European Alps have been (65-2 million years prior to our time). In this stage of "mountain building", deep crevasses and subsidences occurred in central Anatoila. The molten rock (magma) at the earth's core emerged to the surface through these crevasses and formed the volcanoes of Erciyes, Develi, Melendiz and Keçiboyduran. These volcanoes formed a volcano chain paralel to the Taurus mountains and strong erruptions followed. The volcanic lava, ashes and tuff moved slowly towards the subsidences of the region and covered the formerly shaped hills and valleys, thus turning the whole region into the huge plateau we see now.

The reasons of the erosion whish rendered Cappadocia its present scenery have been the winds, the rivers, and the rains. The other factors of the scenic formation of Cappadocia are the climate of the region with its sharp temperature changes, and the melting snow of the mountains. These sharp changes in temperature gave way to splits in the rocks which were filled up with rain water. As these crevasses froze in winter, the rocks cracked and seperatedd., but the main factors of erosion have been the rains and the rivers. The Nevsehir and Damsa streams which flow into the Kizilirmak river played the major role in the formation of the famous cappadocian valleys. Particularly the area between Nevsehir, Avanos, and Ürgüp, Where the thickness of the tuffs in the old valleys reached almost a hundred meters, got extremely affected by erosions. The rain waters filled uq the crevasses on the surface of the plateau and gave birth to the streams and rivers. The volcanic residues and the eroded earth got carried away by the rivers which sometimes cut the volcanic surface so sharply, that seperate hills came into existence.

 
Göreme

Göreme has the most beautiful setting in Cappadocia, the hotels and pensions fade into the village and the village fades into the fairy chimneys, hills and valleys.

Göreme has seen many changes particularly over the last 20 years as tourism has developed in the area. Nevertheless this small town still has a thriving community working the fields tucked away between the fairy chimneys and carrying on community seasonal activities such as autumn harvest of pumpkin seeds and the preparation of pekmez (made of wine) and village bread to see them through the long winter months. In Göreme you can see the old and new Turkey side by side (my personal favorite is the donkey tied up for a rest outside the Internet Cafe) and as you wander through the winding village streets you will probably be invited to to the tea in one of the ancient cave houses still lived in by local families. Göreme has a friendly and relaxed atmosphere but there is cafe society and nightlife in the center of the village for those who fancy something more lively.

There is plenty to see in Göreme itself, and that famous Göreme Open Air Museum is just up the road, but Göreme also makes an ideal base from which to explore the rest of Cappadocia. Walking maps are available and just about every other form of transport can be hired (including camels for the really adventurous) for longer trips and tours. There is a wide variety of accommodation available in Göreme from basic camp sites right up to the beautiful Ataman Hotel, set at the edge of the old village in the Uzundere valley and offering a complete range of service in a traditional setting.

 

 

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